C-3 Presents ‘ReWild Mission Bay’
A transformative vision to restore Mission Bay's historic wetlands
ReWild Mission Bay is a vision for restoring valuable wetlands to the Northeast corner of Mission Bay. Building on its advocacy for an eco-friendly Mission Bay, Citizens Coordinate for Century 3 (C-3) invites current and future members to hear about the ReWild vision and participate in a discussion about surrounding eco-friendly land uses.
Only one percent remains of the 4,000-acre Mission Bay wetland complex that once existed, and this area has poor water quality and limited shoreline access.
ReWild Mission Bay produced a feasibility study, conducted by the San Diego Audubon Society with key partner UCSD Natural Reserve System and several other partner organizations, which represents five years of stakeholder outreach and public engagement. It outlines three restoration alternatives for the northeast corner of Mission Bay that show feasible, implementable plans for restoration.
Presenting about the ReWild Mission Bay vision and feasibility study are Andrew Meyer, director of conservation, San Diego Audubon Society; Isabelle Kay, UCSD reserves manager, UCSD Kendall Frost Preserve; and Zoe Wynne, president of Mission Bay High School’s EcoClub and Climate Kids.
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